First, I readily admit that the Wiiboard is not for everyone. Although it costs only a fraction of what a commercial smartboard would cost, it requires a lot of fiddling and trial and error. The software is buggy at times (although it is improving), and students require some training before they can successfully use the board.
I submitted a proposal to the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) to present my experience and knowledge at their yearly conference. The proposal was accepted and I will be presenting at Cobo Hall in Detroit in mid-March. In a sense, this blog will present a snapshot of my presentation.
Stay tuned for more on creating your own wii smartboard!